Baby girls still needing homes

November 4, 2007

There are still three baby girls looking for a forever home. They are now six and a half weeks old so are able to go their new home now. There are two champagne hoodies and a mink hoody. The mink girl is a bit shy but the other two are mad little hooligans that don’t know the meaning of the word ‘shy’. If you are interested, please email me laura@lauraspetportraits.co.uk

I have still got to arrange transport down to Edinburgh so if anyone lives in Edinburgh, on route or willing to meet me there I can bring them with me. I am also going to the Scottish Rat Club show in Glasgow on 2nd December so could meet someone there too. Ideally, I would prefer all three to go together, but I am willing to keep one here if anyone just wants a pair.

A photo of the mink hooded girl taken this evening:

Pet rats - mink hooded girl aged six weeks

And a couple of vids also taken this evening

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2 Responses to “Baby girls still needing homes”

  1. Kirsten Says:

    HI,
    I am looking for three baby females to give a lovely home to. Are you still looking for a home for them?
    if not,, areif you are having any more litters or know of any knowledgable rat breeder?
    I live in central edinburgh.
    Please get in touch
    Kirsten

    • Laura Says:

      Hi there, ta for your comment. These girls ended up staying here (the post is over a year old now!). This was just a one-off litter for me. You can contact the NFRS for a list of registered breeders on this email: breeders@nfrs.org . There are a few in Scotland, mostly around central Scotland. You could also contact the Scottish Rat Club (http://www.scottishratclub.co.uk). They should be able to help you. Good luck with finding your new girlies šŸ™‚


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